Cyber Security Policy Guidebook

ISBN-10: 1118027809

ISBN-13: 9781118027806

Edition: 2012

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Drawing upon a wealth of experience from academia, industry, and government service, this book details and dissects current organizational cybersecurity policy issues on a global scale. Using simple language, it includes a thorough description of each issue, lists pros and cons, documents policy alternatives for the sake of clarity with respect to policy alone, and dives into organizational implementation issues. It also equips the reader with descriptions of the impact of specific policy choices, both positive and negative. This book gives students, scholars, and technical decision-makers the necessary knowledge of cybersecurity policy in order to make more informed decisions.
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Book details

List price: $79.50
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Limited
Publication date: 5/15/2012
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 288
Size: 7.75" wide x 9.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.298
Language: English

Marcus H. Sachs is the Director of the SANS Internet Storm Center and is a cyberspace security researcher, writer, and instructor for the SANS Institute. He previously served in the White House Office of Cyberspace Security and was a staff member of the President's Critical Infrastructure Protection Board. While a member of the White House staff, Mr. Sachs coordinated efforts to protect and secure the nation's telecommunication and Internet infrastructures, leveraging expertise from United States government agencies, the domestic private sector, and the international community. He also contributed to the National Strategy to Secure Cyberspace, upon his joining of the National Cyber Security Division of the US Department of Homeland Security. While working for DHS, he developed the initial concept and strategy for the creation of the United States Computer Emergency Response Team.

What Is Cyber Security?
What Is Cyber Security Policy?
Domains of Cyber Security Policy
Laws and Regulations
Enterprise Policy
Technology Operations
Technology Configuration
Strategy versus Policy
Cyber Security Evolution
Cyber Security Objectives
Cyber Security Metrics
Security Management Goals
Counting Vulnerabilities
Security Frameworks
e-Commerce Systems
Industrial Control Systems
Personal Mobile Devices
Security Policy Objectives
Guidance for Decision Makers
Tone at the Top
Policy as a Project
Cyber Security Management
Arriving at Goals
Cyber Security Documentation
Using the Catalog
The Catalog Approach
Catalog Format
Cyber Security Policy Taxonomy
Cyber Security Policy Catalog
Cyber Governance Issues
Net Neutrality
Internet Names and Numbers
Copyrights and Trademarks
Email and Messaging
Cyber User Issues
Appropriate Use
Cyber Crime
Cyber Conflict Issues
Intellectual Property Theft
Cyber Espionage
Cyber Sabotage
Cyber Warfare
Cyber Management Issues
Fiduciary Responsibility
Risk Management
Professional Certification
Supply Chain
Security Principles
Research and Development
Cyber Infrastructure Issues
Banking and Finance
Health Care
Industrial Control Systems
One Government's Approach to Cyber Security Policy
U.S. Federal Cyber Security Strategy
A Brief History of Cyber Security Public Policy Development in the U.S. Federal Government
The Bombing of New York's World Trade Center on February 26, 1993
Cyber Attacks against the United States Air Force, March-May 1994: Targeting the Pentagon
The Citibank Caper, June-October, 1994: How to Catch a Hacker
Murrah Federal Building, Oklahoma City-April 19, 1995: Major Terrorism Events and Their U.S. Outcomes
President's Commission on Critical Infrastructure Protection-1996
Presidential Decision Directive 63-1998
National Infrastructure Protection Center (NIPC) and ISACs-1998
Eligible Receiver-1997
Solar Sunrise-1998
Joint Task Force-Computer Network Defense OTF-CND)-1998
Terrorist Attacks against the United States-September 11, 2001 Effects of Catastrophic Events on Transportation System Management and Operations
U.S. Government Response to the September 11, 2001 Terrorist Attacks
Homeland Security Presidential Directives
National Strategies
The Rise of Cyber Crime
Espionage and Nation-State Actions
Policy Response to Growing Espionage Threats: U.S. Cyber Command
Congressional Action
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